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A Pangyrus Reading at Harvard Bookstore: Launch of Volume Two in print!
August 29, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Harvard Book Store welcomes selected contributors for a reading from the second print edition of Boston’s new literary journal, Pangyrus. This issue is printed here at Harvard Book Store on Paige, the print-on-demand book machine.
Featuring readings from:
Shanoor Seervai is an Indian writer and journalist. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Beast, Guernica Magazine, The Caravan, and The Indian Express. Born and raised in Mumbai, she now lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she is pursuing an advanced degree in public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Anne Bernays is the Fiction Editor of Pangyrus and the author of ten novels, includingProfessor Romeo and Growing Up Rich, and co-author of What If?, one of the most widely used guides to creative writing. A teacher of fiction writing at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, she has published essays in The New York Times and other major publications.
Jonathan Escoffery’s collection, If I Survive You, was a finalist for Prairie Schooner’s 2016 Book Prize. His stories have been finalists for the Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction and the Waasnode Short Fiction Prize. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, The Caribbean Writer, Salt Hill Journal, Solstice, Pangyrus, and elsewhere. Jonathan is an instructor and the Program and Advocacy Manager at GrubStreet, the country’s leading independent creative writing center.
Carrie Oeding’s first book of poems, Our List of Solutions, is from 42 Miles Press. Her work has appeared in The Awl, Denver Quarterly, Pleiades, Columbia Poetry Review, and elsewhere.
Jonathan Weinert is the author of Thirteen Small Apostrophes (Back Pages 2013), a chapbook, and In the Mode of Disappearance (Nightboat 2008) , winner of the Nightboat Poetry Prize. He is co-editor, with Kevin Prufer, of Until Everything Is Continuous Again: American Poets on the Recent Work of W.S. Merwin (WordFarm 2012). Jonathan received a 2012 artist’s fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Recent poems appear or will appear inRattle, Plume, Unsplendid, Harvard Review, 32 Poems, and Copper Nickel. He lives in Stow, Massachusetts, with the poet Amy M. Clark and their son, Jonah.